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Is OP the king for his upvote,accept and downvote actions on his Q & A ?. May be not, He/sheShe is, until the first stage when OP brings the new idea to the community domain at later stage "parallel" answers develop to cater broader audience.

Hence OP's responsibility increases on his upvote/downvote/comments behaviour along with upvoters/commentators evident from heavy upvoting of Q. Most OP's miss the point that it's communication between multiple TeX users not a single point service to OP.

There is a slight miscommunication as there was no prior comments before the answer was posted and even OP reveals the magic(Many other figures with same code) after the answers are posted. May be OP should have edited the Q for precise instructions to help others.

But definitely, OP missed starting his first basic polite comment " Thank you for the answer, i would prefer to have with Tikz or my code due to ....". No token of thanks for any replies to acknowledge the work of answers. Eventually i am sure OP's will get his answer as TeX.SX users take up a good challenge and fun in TeX.

The Hovering text on Downvote button is very misleading especially for Human TeX.SX users. It says whatever is not useful press this dirty button. Which i don't do unless emergency occurs. I agree with Joseph Wright on Downvote only on Dangerously Dirty stuff.

Is OP the king for his upvote,accept and downvote actions on his Q & A ?. May be not, He/she is, until the first stage when OP brings the new idea to the community domain at later stage "parallel" answers develop to cater broader audience.

Hence OP's responsibility increases on his upvote/downvote/comments behaviour along with upvoters/commentators evident from heavy upvoting of Q. Most OP's miss the point that it's communication between multiple TeX users not a single point service to OP.

There is a slight miscommunication as there was no prior comments before the answer was posted and even OP reveals the magic(Many other figures with same code) after the answers are posted. May be OP should have edited the Q for precise instructions to help others.

But definitely, OP missed starting his first basic polite comment " Thank you for the answer, i would prefer to have with Tikz or my code due to ....". No token of thanks for any replies to acknowledge the work of answers. Eventually i am sure OP's will get his answer as TeX.SX users take up a good challenge and fun in TeX.

The Hovering text on Downvote button is very misleading especially for Human TeX.SX users. It says whatever is not useful press this dirty button. Which i don't do unless emergency occurs. I agree with Joseph Wright on Downvote only on Dangerously Dirty stuff.

Is OP the king for his upvote,accept and downvote actions on his Q & A ?. May be not, He/She is, until the first stage when OP brings the new idea to the community domain at later stage "parallel" answers develop to cater broader audience.

Hence OP's responsibility increases on his upvote/downvote/comments behaviour along with upvoters/commentators evident from heavy upvoting of Q. Most OP's miss the point that it's communication between multiple TeX users not a single point service to OP.

There is a slight miscommunication as there was no prior comments before the answer was posted and even OP reveals the magic(Many other figures with same code) after the answers are posted. May be OP should have edited the Q for precise instructions to help others.

But definitely, OP missed starting his first basic polite comment " Thank you for the answer, i would prefer to have with Tikz or my code due to ....". No token of thanks for any replies to acknowledge the work of answers. Eventually i am sure OP's will get his answer as TeX.SX users take up a good challenge and fun in TeX.

The Hovering text on Downvote button is very misleading especially for Human TeX.SX users. It says whatever is not useful press this dirty button. Which i don't do unless emergency occurs. I agree with Joseph Wright on Downvote only on Dangerously Dirty stuff.

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Is OP the king for his upvote,accept and downvote actions on his Q & A ?. May be not, He/she is, until the first stage when OP brings the new idea to the community domain at later stage "parallel" answers develop to cater broader audience.

Hence OP's responsibility increases on his upvote/downvote/comments behaviour along with upvoters/commentators evident from heavy upvoting of Q. Most OP's miss the point that it's communication between multiple TeX users not a single point service to OP.

There is a slight miscommunication as there was no prior comments before the answer was posted and even OP reveals the magic(Many other figures with same code) after the answers are posted. May be OP should have edited the Q for precise instructions to help others.

But definitely, OP missed starting his first basic polite comment " Thank you for the answer, i would prefer to have with Tikz or my code due to ....". No token of thanks for any replies to acknowledge the work of answers. Eventually i am sure OP's will get his answer as TeX.SX users take up a good challenge and fun in TeX.

The Hovering text on Downvote button is very misleading especially for Human TeX.SX users. It says whatever is not useful press this dirty button. Which i don't do unless emergency occurs. I agree with Joseph Wright on Downvote only on Dangerously Dirty stuff.

Is OP the king for his upvote,accept and downvote actions on his Q & A ?. May be not, He/she is, until the first stage when OP brings the new idea to the community domain at later stage "parallel" answers develop to cater broader audience.

Hence OP's responsibility increases on his upvote/downvote/comments behaviour along with upvoters/commentators evident from heavy upvoting of Q. Most OP's miss the point that it's communication between multiple TeX users not a single point service to OP.

There is a slight miscommunication as there was no prior comments before the answer was posted and even OP reveals the magic(Many other figures with same code) after the answers are posted. May be OP should have edited the Q for precise instructions to help others.

But definitely, OP missed starting his first basic polite comment " Thank you for the answer, i would prefer to have with Tikz or my code due to ....". No token of thanks for any replies to acknowledge the work of answers.

The Hovering text on Downvote button is very misleading especially for Human TeX.SX users. It says whatever is not useful press this dirty button. Which i don't do unless emergency occurs. I agree with Joseph Wright on Downvote only on Dangerously Dirty stuff.

Is OP the king for his upvote,accept and downvote actions on his Q & A ?. May be not, He/she is, until the first stage when OP brings the new idea to the community domain at later stage "parallel" answers develop to cater broader audience.

Hence OP's responsibility increases on his upvote/downvote/comments behaviour along with upvoters/commentators evident from heavy upvoting of Q. Most OP's miss the point that it's communication between multiple TeX users not a single point service to OP.

There is a slight miscommunication as there was no prior comments before the answer was posted and even OP reveals the magic(Many other figures with same code) after the answers are posted. May be OP should have edited the Q for precise instructions to help others.

But definitely, OP missed starting his first basic polite comment " Thank you for the answer, i would prefer to have with Tikz or my code due to ....". No token of thanks for any replies to acknowledge the work of answers. Eventually i am sure OP's will get his answer as TeX.SX users take up a good challenge and fun in TeX.

The Hovering text on Downvote button is very misleading especially for Human TeX.SX users. It says whatever is not useful press this dirty button. Which i don't do unless emergency occurs. I agree with Joseph Wright on Downvote only on Dangerously Dirty stuff.

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Is OP the king for his upvote,accept and downvote actions on his Q & A ?. May be not, He/she is, until the first stage when OP brings the new idea to the community domain at later stage "parallel" answers develop to cater broader audience.

Hence OP's responsibility increases on his upvote/downvote/comments behaviour along with upvoters/commentators evident from heavy upvoting of Q. Most OP's miss the point that it's communication between multiple TeX users not a single point service to OP.

There is a slight miscommunication as there was no prior comments before the answer was posted and even OP reveals the magic(Many other figures with same code) after the answers are posted. May be OP should have edited the Q for precise instructions to help others.

But definitely, OP missed starting his first basic polite comment " Thank you for the answer, i would prefer to have with Tikz or my code due to ....". No token of thanks for any replies to acknowledge the work of answers.

The Hovering text on Downvote button is very misleading especially for Human TeX.SX users. It says whatever is not useful press this dirty button. Which i don't do unless emergency occurs. I agree with Joseph Wright on Downvote only on Dangerously Dirty stuff.